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Educational Films
by Hitchcock, John Thayer, 1917-; International Film Bureau
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Produced by John Hitchcock Depicts from a single high-status farmer's position some of the problems encountered in a stressful environment. In Musuri, Bhuji Khola, Nepal, one of the most serious problems is collecting leaf fodder for cattle in an overgrazed area.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Agriculture
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Educational Films
by Institute for International Order. World Law Fund; McGraw-Hill Book Company
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Previously issued under the title The hat
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Peace, Disarmament, International organization
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Universal Newsreels
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Antiwar demonstrators protest in Central Park, march to UN building, included students and hippies and priests and nuns, burn draft cards, shouted confrontations with anti-antiwar marchers, prowar signs, Martin Luther King leads procession; another march in downtown San Francisco down Market Street to stadium, sponsored by loose coalition of left-wing anti-war groups, "President Johnson meanwhile let it be known that the FBI is closely watching all anti-war activity."- violence in...
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Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Produced by NET Examines many institutions of Japanese life, including the work ethic, group identification, traditional ceremony, the structure of the home, city night life, farming, fishing, national railroads, and industry-run schools. Looks at areas of change influenced by growing individualism, overcrowding and pollution, and nonviolent protest over industrial policies Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film
Topics: Japan., Family.
Prelinger Archives
by Wolff (Raphael G.) Studios, Inc.
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Depicts the development and importance of electric power from Benjamin Franklin's experiment with a kite to the contributions of Thomas Edison. First ten-minute sequence, showing history of American independence territorial expansion and electrical development, is animated. Commemorates General Electric's 75th anniversary (1878-1953). Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 electric locomotive pulling passenger train on Northeast Corridor route Shots of heavy industry Radio announcer, transmission tower,...
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Yaletown
by Yaletown Productions Inc.
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[1991]. Film is raw footage for the film "Everest - climb for hope." Scenes of playing with a metal detector, interviews with four men, and scenes of Kathmandu; buildings and people. Camera: Gibson/Collier Sound: Noble/Morrow. Reference code: AM1553-8-S6-: MI-328
Topics: Equipment, Snow, Airplanes, Domestic animals, Traffic, Signs and signboards, Buildings, Rivers,...
Yaletown
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1975. Item is processed and manipulated footage for the never completed film "Neon Madman," also called "Electric City." Includes scenes of downtown Vancouver, Granville Street, vehicles, the BC Hydro building at Nelson and Burrard, neon signs, and shop windows. Reference code: AM1553-1-S3-: MI-583
Topics: Lighting, Traffic, Buildings, Signs and signboards
Yaletown
by Michael Collier
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[1969]. Item is a short independent film filmed, directed and edited by Michael Collier. The three actors are: Dennis MacDonald, Gary Killeen and Dave Ponsart. Film depicts three men who find some insulated wire in the ocean [at wreck beach], drag it into a pile, hitchhike to downtown Vancouver, and then travel around downtown dragging the wire on the sidewalk behind them. Eventually the wire is left to one man who drags it on his own for a while until he leaves it in the car of a man from whom...
Topics: Men, Coasts, Beaches, Vehicles, Downtown (Vancouver, B.C.)